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More than 100 corpsmembers -- nine crews -- are now assigned to three fires for the California Conservation Corps. The crews are working on the Sand, El Portal and French fires.
Four crews are assisting Cal Fire at the Sand Fire along the Amador/El Dorado County line.  They are from CCC locations in Auburn, Lake Tahoe and Sacramento and are providing logistical support.
On the El Portal Fire in Yosemite National Park, the CCC has two Fresno crews assisting the U.S. Forest Service at the fire camp.
The newest CCC dispatch is to the French Fire in Madera County. Three crews -- from Watsonville and San Luis Obispo -- are working with the U.S. Forest Service.
In Southern California, three CCC fire crews based in Camarillo are in staging pattern, ready to help where needed.


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 Photo

 



 A Redding corpsmember works on the Lassen Peak Trail retaining wall.  Photo by Ian Dalziel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Video

 

To commemorate the 35 years, corpsmembers from throughout the state submitted more than 1,000 video clips chronicling a "Day in the Life" of corpsmembers, all shot within a two-week period in October 2011.